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President Harding
Has Reception for
Diplomatic Corps
400 Attend First White House j
Entertainment Under
New Regime.
Special Despatch to Tub New Yobk Hbbald.
New York Herald Bureau, j
WmthiuRton, I). C'., March IT. (
President and Mrs. Harding held a. re
coplion this afternoon for the Diplomatic
Corps and the women of their famili
It was the first foi trial entertainment at
the White House under the now Adminis
tration and was at once stately and en
The guests, numbering about 400, en
tered by the east Kates and assembled in
the historic Kast Room, where they
were welcomed by the Secretary of State
und Mrs. Hughes, Under Secretary of
State and Mrs. Fletcher, Assistant Sec
retary of Siate and Mrs. Hearing and
Third Assistant Secretary of State and
jklrs. Bliss.
President and Mrs. Harding received
In the Blue Uooni, v.-lth the President's
y !d. Col. Clarence Ridley, making the
presentations. He Introduced the heart
of each mission, who in t? rn presented
the members of hie staff.
Mrs. Harding wore a becoming after
noon gown of jade green veiled In fine
taupe lac.fe.
Tea was served In the State dining
room, with Mrs. Fletcher and Mrs. Bliss
presiding a* the table. Mrs. Harry S.
Xew, Mrs. Atloe Pomerene and Miss
Lai. a Harlan assisted.
The State drawing rooms were deco
rated with forsythia, flowering fruit
branches and spring blossoms, while
rcees wore used In profusion. Tradition
was followed clcsely in the color scheme,
white flowers being used In the Blue
Room, pink In the Green Room and
American Beauties In the Red Room.
Polish Air Commander Mar
ries Miss Dorothy Bigelow.
ITrlenda of Col. Cedric E. Pauntleroy,
noted aviator, who called at the Hotel
Commodore yesterday to see him, were
furprised to learn that he had married
and gone on a honeymoon trip to Eu
rope, His bride was Miss Dorothy
Louise Bigelow, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis H. Bigelow of Chicago. They
?were married on Wednesday in the Lit
tle Church around the Corner. Former
Premier Paderewskl of Poland and Mrs.
Paderewska are said to have been among
the dozen persons who witnessed the
In the application for marriage license
filed at the Municipal Building 011 Tues
day the bridegroom gave his age as 29.
Miss Bigelow said she was 27. The
aviator was born in Natchez, Miss. He
anil Miss Bigelow became acquainted
in Chicngo last autumn.
Col. Fauntleroy was one of the first
members of the Lafayette Escadrllle, and
When America entered the war he joined
Oapt. Eddie Rickenbacker's squadron.
When in 1919 Poland asked for technical
officers from the American air service
Fountleroy volunteered to go.
With C.ipt. Merrium C. Cooper he or
ganized the famous Kosciuski Squadron,
riie only organization ever awarded the
"ollsh Virtuti Mi'itart. In July, 1920,
Pauntleroy was appointed chief of avia
tion of ths Polish Second Army and
<'anf. Cooper succeeded him as head of
iic Kosciusko Squadron. In September
Fauntleroy was persona'ly decorated by
^resident Pllsudski of Poland. He re
turned to \reprice last year on a re
cruiting miss' ).
n,u;i.rn prixes awaiiuid,
The Harry H"rknesu Flagler prizes
."mounting to >1.500 for original orehes
' rat works by American composers have
i'een awarded, and the names of the
winners will be announced Sunday
fternoon at the concert of the New
Vork Syipphony Orchestra In Aeolian
IT: 1L The composition winning the first
: rize will be pi- yed by the New York
"vtnphony Orchestra at the first con
' art next senson In Carnegie Hall.
Mrs. .Tohn R. Wllllnrns of Washfnrton
<i?s returned from abroad on the steam
Mn France, and Is stopping at the
Air. and Mrs. Charles Bradley of the
Wayside, Convent, N. J., have come to
the St. Rf-srls.
Mr. and Mrs. Guernsey Curran of
rarian.h, O.'-v " Bay, have gone to the
Gre.-nbrler, White Sulphur Springs.
This final dance of the second series
of the Bachelors will be held to-night
in tlii- Delia Robbla room of the Vander
Mlt. Amorg those entertaining at sup
per will b<; Mr. and Mrs. Henry T.
Fleltmann. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Oourley, Ml.i.s Genevieve Clendenln, Mr.
Juan M. Ceballos and Mr. Bruce M. Fal
l-oner. There will be another series of
the dances on Friday nights during
Mrs. Richard Nott Dyer has gone to
Hot Spi ngs. Vs., for a month.
Mrs. F. D<? Hart Houston will give a
tea to-day from 4 until 7 o'clock In her
home, 1G1 State street, Brooklyn, for
Count and Countess Andrew Zichy of
J. Philip Benkard
and Mrs. Benkard
Divorced in Paris
She Ih a Daughter of Stephen
H. Olin?He Served on Gen.
Pershing's Staff.
It was learned yesterday that Mr. and
Mrs. J. I'h.Jlp Ber.kard, who are widely
known In society In New York and New
port, were divorced recently In France.
Aside from acknowledging that their
n arriage had beer. savored by the
French courts members of the families
oi Mr. and Mrs. Benkard would not dis
cuss the eaae yesterday. It was ascer
tained, however, that Mrs. Benkard went
to Frar.ee early In the winter, and that
a finai >.?oree of divorce was handed
cJi wn by the courts in Paris a few weeks
afro. During the absence of Mrs. B?.nk
ard her husoand remained in New York.
Mrs. Benkard Is a daughter of Ste
phen H. Olin. Her mother, who was
Miss Alice W. Barlow, daughter of the
late S. L. M. Barlow of this city, died
in 18S2, and several years afterward Mr.
Olin married the widow of William Earl
JDodpre. The present Mr*. Olin Is a
daughter of the late Oliver Harrlman
and a sister of Mrs. William K. Van
derbilt. The only other child of Mr.
Olin and hJs late wifa is Mrs. Tracy
Mr. and Mrs. Benkard were married
a few years after his graduation from
Columbia in 189 4. They have two
daughters, the Misses Phyllis and Wsie
Benkard. who accompanied their mother
to France. Mr. Benkard, who is well
known In the financial district, is a
member of the brokerage firm of J. P.
Benkard & Co. He Is a son of Mrs.
James Benkard of 60 Hast Fifty-eighth
street ami a brother of Messrs. J. Ger
ald and Harry Horton Benkard.
Soon after the United States entered
the war Mr. Benkard gave his services
to the Government and had a notable
career overseas, serving first on the
staff ?of Gen. Pershing with the rank
of Captain. Afterward he was assigned
as liaison officer on the staff of Gen.
Le Conte of the French Army, who
commanded the Tnirty-third French
Army Corps and saw active service at
Verdun. He was decorated by the
French Government with the order of
Chevalier of the Legion of Honor and
was honorably discharged a Major.
Daughter of Ira A. Kip In
jured While Riding
It was learned yesterday that Miss
Nathalie Kip, 14 years old, while riding
with other pupils of the Dearborn
Morgan School at South Orange, N. J.,
was thrown over her horse's head and
received internal Injuries. She v/aa j
taken to the home of her mother and {
her stepfather. Dr. and Mrs. Mefford J
Runyon, at 18 Academy p.ace. South
Orange, last night. Her father, Ira A. j
Kip of Cedarhurst, L. I., was sum- i
moncd to her bedside. It was feared j
she would not live.
Tnlka of Hnlttlnic Chlcaarn Opera
Directorship In Year.
Cincinnati, March 17.?Miss Mary
Garden announced here to-day that .she
would continue to manage the Chicago
Opera Company only for another year,
tier successor, she buid, would be a man,
whom she had already selected. She
added that he would be "an American 1
and a strong agitator for American;
Chicago, March 17.?When George M. 1
Spangler, business manager of the Chi- j
cago Opera Company, heard of Miss!
iarden's statement about retiring he j
said her contract had two more years to
run and that he Delleved she would
continue as director.
There was a dinner last night at 153 ,
East Sixty-second street to open the |
new tonsil hospital there. It is a new
idea In hospitals, in that only the one i
operation Is performed there. There Is
a ward for charity cases as well as
private wards. Among those present j
were R. C. O them an, one of the trus- ;
tees, and Drs. John E. Mackenty, Har- j
mon Pmith, Robert Fowler and Come- I
Uus G. Coakley.
Among those who saw last evening's
performance of "Tip-Top" at the Globe
Theatre were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B.
Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mathers,
Mrs. J. Lee Taller and Mr. and Mrs.
Henry E. Duncan.
"Good Times," at the Hippodrome, was j
seen by Dr. and Mrs. John L. Butl and j
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Frank.
At the New Amsterdam for "Sally"
were Mrs. E. E. Stafford and party, Mrs.
Robert Barrett, Messrs. Stephen B. El
klns, Cyril Crimmlns, A. B. Se. ley, Jack
son Wade and Mortimer Rob son
To see "Deburau," at the Bolasco,
were Mrs. J. M. Byrne and party, Mrs.
E. R Brown and party and Mr. J. H.
Perkins ar.d party.
TKE LATEST su^esses Of
LANVIN " fremct
mapeleine etmapelpine
? rai! P ^je 0 r5ette
Mlas Martha Ottley gave a luncheon
yesterday at 29 West Fifty-third street
for Miss Dorothy 'Pint Clnpp. who will i
be married to Mr. Van Henry Cartmeil,
Jr.. on March 31. The guesta Included j
Misaee Florence Ciondenln, Catherine
Okie, Marie Lamarche, Edith McCoon
and Virginia I>e Haven, who as well as
Miss Ottley will act as bridesmaids. I
Mr. Ogden Rcld will arrive from Pulm
Beach next Sunday to meet hits mother,
Mrs. Whltelaw Held, who is to arrive
by the Aqnttanla from Europe. In a
few days he will return South.
Prince H. Blbesco, the Roumanian
Minister to Washington, and Princess
B'besco, formerly Miss Asqulth of Eng
land, have arrived at the Rits-Carlton.
Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt 2d and her j
daughters, the Misses Muriel and Con- |
suelo Vanderbllt, will start for Europe
In May.
Mrs. Lucy Work Hewitt, who starts
Cor England on Saturday, will later go |
to Pari*, where she has an apartment
and will pasj tlio summer tharo.
At their home, 260 Madison avenue, I
yesterday a son, their fourth child, was |
born to Mr. and Mrs. George F. !
Baker, Jr.
Mr. Harold F. McCormlck and his
daughter. Miss Muriel McCormlck, are
at the Plaza Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey M. Depew will
return from St. Auguatinc, Fla., oarly
next week, passing two days in Wash
ington on the way.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Saltonstall
and Mr. and Mra. Robert Treat Palno of
Boston are at the Belmont Hotel.
Mr. Joseph Harrlman has returned
from Newport, R. I.
Sir Guy Granet and Lady Granet
have returned to the Rltz-Carlton after
at trip to the West.
The first official dinner In honor of
the Secretary of State and Mrs. Hughes
was given last night by the French Am
bassador, who is doan of the Diplomatic
Corps, and Mme. Juaserand. The Bel
gian Ambassador and Baroness De Car
tier, the Japanese Ambassador and
Baroness Shldehara, the British Ambas
sador and I^ady Geddes and the Secre
tary of Commerce and Mrs. Herbert |
Hoover were In the company of guests.
The Secretary of Commerce and Mrs. ?
Hoover have ae guests Mr. and Mrs.
Edgar Rickard of New York.
Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer, wife of the
former Attorney-General, returned yes- |
terday from Atlantic City. Mr. Palmer
ptopped in Philadelphia en route, but
will Join Mrs. Palmer to-morrow.
Senator Oscar Underwood of Alabama, j
Democratic leader of the Senate, his
gone to Bermuda. He will return about
a week before the special session of
Congress begins.
Rare Books of Connecticut
Bibliographer to Be Sold.
At the American Art Galleries the
library of the late James Hamilton Trum
bull, bibliographer, of Connecticut, will
be placed on public view to-day, to be
sl-own until Its sale at auction on Tues
day afternoon and evenirvg and Wednes
day afternoop of next week. The library
comprisos Mr. Trumbull's entire collec
tion of books and tracts other than those
left to historical Institutions, and is one
cf the most Important collections of Con
necticut historical material gathered by
a private collector to be offered for sale
In recent years.
In historical Interest the collection
. anks w ell with the Connecticut section
of the Brlnley library, containing several
books from this famous collection bought
ov Mr. Trumbull at the dispersal of the
same. Among the literary treasures
nhown here will be found some of the
more notable Colonial and Revolutionary
books and tracts relating to Connecticut
and oth<?r sections of New England, as
,voil as some later Items bperlng upon
Western history.
The rare Revolutionary Items Include
a Broadside of 1770 relating to the
Boston Massacre: Ethan Allen's "Narro
tive." Boston, 1779 ; an "Addr'ss on
the National Debt," by the Continental
Congress, 17S3 ; tho original lss.ie In
America of the Book of Common
Prayer; an Important collection of
books printed by "Elder" Brewster, one
of the Mayflower's pasw-ngers: the orig
inal Issue of Benjamin Frankl'n's "ex
periments" ; a group of early American
plays, and an Important collection of
hooks relating to American gcjnealogy
are some items in the long list.
All AnhrofT HoaltsneB Collwtli/n Is ;
Placed on Kale.
Th? All Ashroff Soultaivff collection
of *r.O antique Oriental rugs and carpets
came to auction yi^erday afternoon nt
the American Art ^.lerles and the first
day's sales totalled $20,090.
A fine Khornssan carpet of Kermnn
shah design, 18 by 14 feet, brought the
high price of the afternoon, selling to
Dr. E. Cndgenr for $1,025. The name i
bidder paid $675 for a mcshod carpet.
Other items and the nam'Vi of the buy- '
ers were:
Saiok prayer nif. fr^m the TsgMnff
"?ollecti'Ti: II. [ti.r.tonburfcli $2"0
Ant Ini<r Kahn Karabngh rue. from the
Taghieff crtlleotlon; K nt Kontlkyan... WT>
Old Feraghan rug: Ormend .. .. S"0
Antique Satnarcand nig: T.W. Bryant. joo
Ha lar runl?r: I.. R Harrt-ihurSh Sin
Antique Feraglia* ru?; N?wt?..i Carlton 240
Antique Feraghan rim: O. T Merberyan ?>in
Old Karabugn --arpet; A Hula. ?. 1TO
Haraband ?arpet: Or. IteRlnuf;! Bortaak 2,0
liakxhl* ranx1*; WswfOB r"ar?tl>n 3.1
Miss Claudia Muzio.
Fine Performance nt the Met
ropolitan Wins Approval
of Larg;e Auclienee.
Giordano's opera, "Andre Chenier,"
was presented for the second time last
night at the Metropolitan Opera House.
The performance, led by Mr. Moranzoni,
went with a smoothness and certainty
not to be mistaken and a lance audience
seemed generally Interested and pleased.
The excellent music and the fine work
done by the _>ingers all renewed th.;
Impression made by the opera when It
was given for the first time at the Met
ropolitan last week.
Miss Muzlo as Madeleine and Mr.
Glgly as the poet were much liked In
their parts, while the beautiful singing
of the latter caused at times something
like a sensation. Other chief singers
were Messrs. Danlse, Didur and Bada
and Mine. Howard.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Wilson's
iests In Box 1 were Countess Nile
| ;>nde. Miss Eckstrom, Count de Pe
| rlgny and Mr. Frank A. Munsey.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Ne'son Borland, Mrs.
I Gilbert E. Jones and Mr. George G.
Ha ven were In Box 3.
Mrs. E. Henry Harrlman and Mrs.
R. Penn Smith, Jr., were In Box 9.
j Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont's quests
| In Box 4 were Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo
j Potter and Mrs. Francis Rogers.
; Mr. and Mrs. W. Adams Delano, Mrs.
| Howard N. Potter and Miss Potter were
I In the VV. K. Vanderbilt box.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Gould. Messrs.
Campbell W. Steward arid Julius Noyes
were in Box 12 with Mr. and Mrs.
George Jay Gould.
There also were In the audience Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Steele, Mr. arid Mrs.
A. Duer Irving, Mr. and Mrs. Grlswold
A. Thompson, Mr. anrl Mrs. J. Fred
Turns, Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. War
ner, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connor, Mr.
and Mrs. John Henry Hammond, Mrs.
X. Thayer Robh, Misa Cornelia Robb,
Miss Ruth Moller, Miss Consuelo Bet
tlnl and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin S.
Believed to Be Monster That
Ziegfeld Encountered.
Spi'rial Despatch to Tjie Nkw Yokk Hmbat.o.
Palm Beach, Fla., March 17.?There
was no end of excitement along tin
water front at the helKht of the bathing
hour to-day when several fishermen
towed to the fishing pier a monster black
sea devil, weighing more than a ton and
measuring fifteen feet in length. The
monster was caught about ten milt's off
shore and is believed to be t'pe one that
was hooked by Flor?nz Ziegfeld, Jr.. a
*ew days r.go and escaped nfter towin?
Mr. Ziegfeld and his fisherman f-lendu
some twenty miles out to sea.
Mr. Ziegfeld was summoned to the
nler to-day, but after viewing the mon
ster s.ild he did not believe It was the
one that got away from him?It was not
big enough.
AM during the day crowds flocked to
the pier to see the b'c fish.
The yacht Intrepid arrived h- r<- this
morning with her owner, Willis Shirpe
Kilmer of Binghamton, N. Y on board.
Mr. Ki'mer, who has been ift the Break
ers all season, wi?nt to Jflcksonville to
meet the yacht, and came down the out
side rouU
Special . -Kpntrh t > Tim Nbw Yo*>: Hinm.n.
Miami, Fla.. March 17.?In honor of
St. Patrick's Day green was the domi
nant color !n women's and men's cos
tumes to-day.
John Barrymore arrived here to-dnv
? with Marshall Nellan on the yacht
Balymena to make several scenes for a
moving picture tinder N'ellan's direction.
Tho scenes will be laid among the keys
5p?<rioI D??pntrh to Thb Nnw Vr,?Hnut.n.
Hot Springs, W. Va., March 17.?
Charles Daniel Orth arrived at the
Homestead to-day from New York to
Join Mrs. Orth.
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt |s scheduled
to arrive to-morrow from N*?".v York
and will be Joined lster In the month by
Gen. Vanderbilt and Miss Grace Van
Concluding To-morrow (Saturday) Afternoon
nt the same hour.
At The American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, Now York
The Great Soultanoff Collection
The Sale Will Be Conducted by Mr. THOMAS E. KTRBY
?nil hi* Mr. OTTO RKHNl'T and Mr. H. H. PARK. K ^776
I .M.vltnun Su. South, t'.ntruui < 0 E. ie3d RtrMl, New York. ;
& ?
tamiliar Plants
at Flower Show
I Iinantophyllum, Dainty Bloom
With Ponderous Name,
Wins First Prize.
Familiar garden flowers of affection
' ate memory were glorified Into first
| place at tha International Flower Show
1 In the Grand Cen'.ral Palace yesterday
and received special attention in con
! tests In miscellaneous nower classes
! and for table decorations. In the lattfcr
I competition Mr. Thomas Altchinaon of
| M-imaroneck won the first prize with an
arrangement of imantophylium and
; streptosolcn, which are pimple, dainty
! flowers in spite of their ponderous
names. In table decorations Mr. Wlll
li.m Redmond Cross of Morrlstown won
second prize; Mrs. Ridley Watts, also of
Morrlstown, third, and Mrs. Harry
Payne Whitney honorable mention. Mr.
Cross Sjje ;iali">d In anemones with a
blending of pinks, purples, reds and
pastel strides.
A competition for the most artistic
vase or basket arrangement of various
flowers created general interest and
much comment. This competition was
opr n only to member clubs of the Gar
den Club of America, and the prize, a
silver cup off'-red by the Horticultural
: Society of New fork, was won by the
ilitrden Club of Greenwich. Conn., with
! ?? basket of yellow tulips, mimosa and
snap dragons. The Garden Club of
Karthampton. L. I., with a display of
ros?s. larkspur and lilacs, came second,
and the Rumson Garden Clu.b received
honorable mention.
Horticulturists have not been able yet
to grow a green rose, but they have
succeeded In producing green carna
; tions, and yesterday's exhibitors had
' plenty of them on view to mark St.
j Patrick's Day. Of course, there were
l Quantities of ferns, century plants and
luxuriant foliage plants and shrubbery
' to carry out the green of Ireland.
{ As usual the professional world Joined |
| society c.t the Tea Garden where Mrs.
: Joseph R. TrueaHale and Mrs. Belmont ;
! Tiffany were In general charge, with j
j .Mrs. William T. Carringtor. a- hostess. i
. The special guests included Miss l.au-j
I rette Taylor, Mip* Dorothy Donnelly,
Mr. anil Mrs. William Faversham, Miss
| Cilda Varesi, Norman Trevor, Mi. Ruth
1 Chatterton. Lionel At well. Lionel Barry- !
more, Mies Ruth Llndley, Mi?s Porls j
Keane, Fred Stone and MUs Francle;
Starr from the theatrical world, and j
Musr-pp* de Luca from the operatic j
ir-alm. Miss Gladys Walton and John j
Ijowe danced the pony number that i
crowds see nightly at the Century Prom- i
Mies PJHsabeth Manning was captain '
of the wa tresses with the Misses j
Frances Manning, Kitty Kimball, Cath- (
leen Crawford. Kstherine Knapp. Mar-!
i greta Beekman, Helen Oossett, Anita I
; Von Hemert, Madeline Trembley, Mar- ;
' <?aret Sohroeder, Ruth Msrder, Vt mr.lca '
; Oamlnonl, Janet Robb, Marian Post, ,
! i.iillan Post, Alice Warren, Ruth Ma- .
, nierre, Helen Cameron nnd Margar.tl
Starr and Mrs. Richard Kmmet serving ;
with her as waitresses.
\>w Mimical l'lnys Drought from
t Arriving by th? Whl'e Star liner
' Olympic. In from Southampton and
Cherbourg, yestnrc'py were several pe-- j
eons known in the theatrical world.
Among them were Freeman Bernstein
und his wife, formerly Miss May Ward, 1
who took a brief vacation Troru vaude
ville abroad to come here and take back
to London their pet dogs and to clos*
their home In 128th street.
Hon Rlumenthal, president of ITnlted
.Plays, Inc., returned with Mrs. Blumen
thal from a trip through Germany.
France and Austria. He said there
would soon be seen on the screen here
a new German film railed "Anne
Boleyn," which treats of the time of
Henry VIII. In Vienna. Blumenthal said
the theatrical business-In those countries
Is good despite the general business de
pression. "Where the theatres closed at. ,
11 o'clock they now keep open until 2 ,
A. M. The people seem to bo trying to i
forget their trouble* by indulging In en- j
tertalnmcnt," he added.
William Brandell, a Broneway pro
ducer, brought back two new musical
plays from Vienna?"Baroness Lillle"
and "Silver Gull"?both composed by
Knights of Columbus officers an
nounced yesterday that an attempt to
^prevent the presentation on Raster Bun
day of "The Trial of Joan of Arc" Is
being made by Crlchton Powell, attor
ney for the New York Sabbath Society,
who has protested to the Police Depart
ment. The performance. In which Miss |
Margaret Anglin will pi - th part of
/taint Juan, Is Intended for the benefit ;
of H?rbert Hoover'-* child feer ng fund.
A committee of State and chapter offl- I
'?crs of the K. of C.. bended by Thomas ,
,f. itvun, has charge of the presentation, i
ail gross receipts from which will go to j
the Hoover fund.
Miss Ruth Chatterton on April 9 will I
close her five months' engagement In
Rarrle's "Mary Rose" st the Empire j
Theatre and take the play on tour. |
Kthel snd John Barrvmore, In "Clair de
Lune." by Michael Strange (Mrs. Joht
Harrymore), will be the next attraction
at the Empire.
NW.P hi'ip of th* better soft? Tvm to the |
TT?nt Art Semi"" of The Herald. Ywi I
i t -it rttesppatrte^ In your rttamc iiv
Armour Institute's President
Succumbs to Ileurt Attack
in Chicngo.
Chicago, March 17.?Dr. Frank W. j
Gunsaulus, noted educator and wrltc-r, |
and eince 1892 president of the Armovr |
Institute of Technology here, died ?ud- j
denly at his home early to-day follow- j
Ing a severe heart attack. Physicians ;
were hastily summoned, but he died
within two hours.
Dr. Gunsaulus was born on January
1, 1856, at Chestervillc. Ohio, and at
tended Ohio Wesleyan University at
Delaware, Ohio. He entered the minis
try In Columbus at the age of nineteen,
and later held pastorates at Baltimore
and Chicago. Then followed a series of
professorships at Yale, University of
Chicago, Ohio Wesieyan and Miami
Anions his best known lectures ar*
those on Oliver Cromwell, George Wash
ington and American statesmanship. His
I writing included songs, essay*, a life
: of Gladstone and numerous religious
For a generation Dr. Gunsaulus had
been noted as a ieauer of civic better
ment movements In the central Weat
and during the world war his caustic
attacks on un-American persons and In
stitutions brought him considerable no
tice. Besides being president of Armoi ""
Institute he virtually wa3 one of lfs
founders. While pristor of a Chicago
J church he preached what later became
1 known as the "$2,800,000 sermon," ap
j pealing for aid for younsr boys and girls
I of the city. Shortly alter this P. D.
I Armour cams to him vlth an offer of
i financial help in founding the Armour
: Institute and Dr. Gunsaulus was made
1 president.
, He was the first to advocate estab
; liRhment of free kindergartens niain
i tahied by churches of the city.
Four daughters, one son and the
i widow survive. All are of Chicago, ex
cept Mrs. Robert K. Merriman of Allon
? town. Pa.
Miss Mary Worthlngton of Coopers
town, N. Y? daughter of the late
Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Worth
ington and sinter of Mrs. G. W. Gra
ham Bonner, died yesterday from heart
failure at the home of her niece, Mrs.
Eugene E. Early, COT West 137th street,
well known as a writer under her
maiden name of Mary Graham Bonner.
As their custom has been for several
years, Mrs. Bonner and Miss Worthlng
ton cam.- two weeks ago to Now York,
where they have many friends, to spend
a month with Mr. and Mrs. Early, the
latter a daughter of Mrs. Bonner. In
frail health for years, but loving life
and much beloved, Miss Worthlngton
suffered a sudden heart attack from
which she did not rally. She was born
and lived all her life in the handsome
Colonial house In Cooperstown known
as Worthlngton Hall. Mrs. Bonner shar
ing the home with her in recent years.
The late John Richard Worthlngton.
formerly United States Consul at Malta,
was her brother.
Francis Mohun I'helps, 47 years old.
member of the flini of Hrnwn & Phelps.
| patent, attorneys. of W:i iiington. D. C..
i died of heart dim ne yesterday at the
i Mendota Apartrn' nts in that city. He
| bad been 111 since October. Mr. Phelps
! belonged to an old Connecticut family.
| but was bor.' .n Paris and *pent vlr
| tually all hlj life in Washington.
Rostov, March 17.?Tho death of,
j William T-rfiwrenee, who succeeded Den
j man Thompson as Uncie Josh in "The
Old Homsiead" and played the part
[ 3,000 times, was announced to-day. He
: had been ill four days, havli;g collapsed ;
while playing here last Saturday.
Ntcb, France, March 17.? Vlce-Ad
mlral Alfred A. Gervals, p?'*ldent of the
French Naval League, rtied here to-day. !
He was t>orn December 19, 18J7, and ,
was made a Vico-Admlral in 18'j2.
Special rnortiintr performances for
children during Easter week will b<- |
given at. the Itlvoll st trtlng to-morrow
st 10:30. A Chaplin revival. ?"The Fir.
?nan"; a ChwtfV r.r.lnial comedy, "He.it ?
It," with Snooky, th? chimpanzee
r,tar, and Easter fantasy with seven
dancers and additional Alms of Interest
to the young will t ompese the pro
gramme. Be-lrminjf Sunday the chil
dren and th' ail lit escort* will be In
vited to stay through the first perform
ance of Wallace Reld'a picture, "The
I'Ove Special," without additional
Twelve fcundred children from the
various orphanages and charitable In
stitutions of New York will be guests
of Hugo FUesenfeld at each of the per
"THE lirno" TO CI.OHR.
Siim II. Harris announce.! yesterttajr
that the last performance this reason of
"The linro" will be Riven this afternoon
at the liongacre Theatre. He said th?
Gilbert Kmery rlay, which ?pet >? I last
MoMay for a series of matinees, hatl
proved such a valuable theatrical prop- j
erty that he had decided t'> save it for
a regular run next season.
Enrico Caruso was reported yesterday
by his phy-lcianr to he "entirely -onvH
leacent and out of danger of n reh-.-ise."
The phyaiclana met at the Hotel Van
derbllt In the after noon and de? ided to
Issue no more bulletins regarding the
patient's com'.ltie-t.
T ? Bramitatt playri irlve * pro.'ri
clonal matlnen"Ha Butler Davenport'* play.
?"Hie Tie That l.lVra ? u the Bramhall
Playhouse ne*t TuebHsy afternoon.
Wbea Morris Riwn in jil ?l comedy, "Bhw 1
Rye?" mow* fr..;n ().? <'? I no Th. afre t-.
the fihubert next Mffiday, a new dance spe
cialty '*'11! '"* Introrhl t by M?M ine* Court
n?r and Harry Plercft.
Mtse Kth?l Psrtyki will entertain s
party of friend* n| to-morroA ?v?nirwc?V
performance of Fn"l Stt? .? In "Tip-Top" al
th* Olobr Theatre
Colin O'Mors, fBfner leading tenor of
"i.n?*le," wa? enrfped y*et#r<lay by the
81 trtisrtx foi the I -Wlln* tenor role of ? jv, -
som Time." in* :i#v .peretta dealing with
the life of Fratu M.tAtft.
The Chine*!- st'il <nt? committer of the
China Famine R Fund hsi ? enrn-. t t .<?
Century Promenade for to-night and to mor
row eventn' to t> >4 ' "Mu Lan," a t'liliii
plav. In *nglleh,. 1th a < ?!?'. of C inese
students from C-fumbla University. Th.?r.
special performs^ 1? ? will not Interfere with ,
the reitula pronaJ. r la ?ntertH.iumeat, "Tie
Midnight Roundeif of 1921.** betfnnlng at
11 :,t0.
Miss Elba tt irl, -.lio stjbslttiited fr.r Miss
Zoe Barnett ?it t-| la" ?? - a'< ? ie.
suae of lllnees ft In the cist of "'The IUv
Ulrl" St the Jttt' ij a-'or Th aire. ha be. n
appointed general understudy f? -r all th"
f. mlnlne roll ? *? I n that of M!?s Mat"
Miss Belie Story prima donna In "Oood
Time ." a' :! <? H 4 r mi ? i etti -ta tn s .
her guests at ? ft> i tnatlr e parts of
thirty younp ?*?! Jen fro*n the N<? York
Fve and F sr Infifi?*ry.
Qeorge M. fo'an's la'e'-t product ton, j
"Nem??Is." a die ft* by Augastu<i Thomas. I
whi h <v ?ed t' 7't: la-t <eek at At
lantie City. U-d' B an ?-n*air"men? next t
Mondgy evenlmt <f 'h? Osrrlch Theatr*.
I'hlladelphta. Rmmftt CorHgafl has the l?ad~
I tig role, w'tti Ml .1 ilarlotta Vont-r-y plin
It - oppnsit> hit | others In " e h<' ar
I':1ro At Cordova, Mies Eleanor Woodruff,
hi Ceain, Ml*' 'Marie Ooff 9r.a Ht'a-. :
Waa Once Correspondent for
'New York Herald.'
Cameron Mackenzie, magazine pub
lisher and writer, died yesterday on
board the Cunard liner Aquitanla a
short time after that vessel left Liver
pool for New York, according to a ra
diogram received by his brother. Dr.
George M. Mackenzie of 220 East Sixty
second street. During the war he was
one of the accredited correspondents to
the staff of Gen. Pershing, representing
the London Chronicle.
After the armistice he was a special
correspondent of The New York ;
IIBRAI.D in Warsaw and for two years
was correspondent In Poland for the j
London Morniny Pott. Illness forced
him to le;ive Poland recently, and he
was on his way to America to re
Mr. Mackenzie was 3S years old. He
was born in Willcesbarre, Pa., tho son
of James Cameron Mackenzie, founder
of LawrencevlUe School and presert
head of Mackenzie School, Monroe, N.
V. After graduation from Lawrence
ville he went to Yule for a year, then
entered the New York University Law
School, where h< was graduated In 1907.
During his law course he engaged in
newspaper work, and at Its completion
became assistant managing editor of
McClure'a Magazine.
He rose to the managing editorship
and with Frederick L. Collins bought a
controlling Interest in the magazine.
They acquired also the Ladies' World.
He resigned in 1915 to devote himself to
special writing. He produced two novels.
"Mr. and Mra Pierce" and "The Man
Who Tried To Be It."
His work a* war correspondent earned
him a Distinguished Service Medal. In
1907 Mr. Mackenzie married Mis* Eliza
beth McClure, daughter of S. S. Mc- |
Clure, founder of the magazine of his
name. Mrs. Mackenzie and one child j
are at present In Switzerland.
S300 re ward will hi [.aid Tor the recovery ot
ft Rlker 4 ton truck, 1920 model; factory
No. 5817. engine No. "30. license No. 85030!*,
New York, 1920. Stolen from near pier 20,
North River, Chambers St., New York cl'.y,
February 25, 1021. Phone tiroail 1B72, Mr.
$310 reward will fte paid Tor the recovery
of an Acme 3H ton truck, stolen: van body.
1920 model: factory No. 8MI9C, motor No.
077N F,7; stolen from Brooklyn, N. Y., l>e
ceniber, 1920. Phone Broad iU72. Mr. Leo.
*300 reward will be paid for the recovery
of stolen Whither truck. 1--4 ton, half van
hody. 19"0 model: motor No. 1236 serltil No.
3011(1. license HB727R, N"W York, 11)20; stolen
lebruary from Columbus av.. New York
city. Phone Broad 1H72, Mr. Leo.
Studobnker touring 191R, (> cylinder, 7 pas
senger: believed to tv.* motor number 107321-1,
license 124750; light blue body, yellow wheels,
Oat?? and Converse tires, speedometer and
oil clock broken: paint off hood; glass In
l"ft front Iirnp '.io?e; dent '? front fender:
stolen at Fifth av., Manhattan. Com
municate with E. B. Hop wood, John St.,
New York city. Telephone Meel:man H'.'H7.
LOST?#10 rewe-tl for return of leather
purse and contents lost In t*n garden at
Flower Show. Tuesday, to 12P E. SOth si.
for t*i? return of ovnl ahnn-d platinum
brooch, containing 11 Inrge and numerous
smnll diamonds. |o?? March IS. between
Weat 1041h and 110th st?., or In taxi.
riTAm.Tox *t co., nni ,vh av.
jr>0 Reward.?Lost, Friday, Mnrch 4, between
Hotel Seville, 2!>th at.. and Madiaon av. and
117 Went !>8tl. at.. p.arl an l diamond ea ?
screw. Return to W1T.UAM V. TAVIX1R,
Inc., 2(H Columbus av., ar.d rcceK-e rewarl,
or tel-phone CnlumViuj SST1.
LOfll^DurlllC put fnt day, wmcwtifre be
East fi-<th at. and ^<l!h st., Unm
way. watch marked D. M. C., with woman's
picture Inside. Liberal reward. 121 Earn
M?h at.
LOPT -Peart bracelet, on Monday night,
either at the Plaza Theatre, at "nth at. or
between 420 T'arn av. and fwtft Park i
Liberal reward. Return to OREICER'S, 4.">h
st. and 3th av.. or phone Hr\ar.t 01M9.
r r-ameo ptii, told frame, sir rounded
by small pcarla; ?M):h-.,i.1d st*., either
Hrnadway or 7th av.; p??ttl. Hchuyler
I.OST?Gold cigarette case. on or about
February 22. between '.?th and flflttl at*.,
Went. Reward $.'0 If returned to 144 Water
at. TieiOfET.
L08T?White r >i J ""al r'xig, 2 dlamonda. 1
apphlr . blue mono.": am; reward. DOTW,
Audubon 071T.
t-'TfT-Saturday Tr subway. diamond. "plcti
num livalllrre; reward, i ecatur 4212.
Wearing Apparel.
LOST?Friday evening, Marrh It, one piece
black drr?K. went aide be)ow 'Nllrt at Ltb
t-.iI reward If returned to ZH VA'e?t_^n?j at
lain, Uv(<, to.
L.O<rr OR STRA VEIV?Chow do?, male. r^d.
wry end of tall slightly black, 7 mon'h#
old, Tat'irday, 10 A M.. in Kings Highway;
ll:<"i*l reward for return. I.IHU. Iu2? Ka.it
Strt ^..Brooklyn. _____
{,< ST-i'onieranian do*, female, black, Hun
day. March 13. neighborhood AAth st, and
I'frit av, Communlrate SPENDER, .,t2 W.
4dth. Ix>ncae-e^ ^Liberal re?ar>l. |
LOST?R'lItdoK, French. Mondnv, In neigh
borhood 71?t *1. ami V.'eat End av.; white
Spot on chest, Llheral reward If returned
to air. Weet 71st_st. j
COHT Wire haired fox terrier, brown and
white, named Runty. Owner, S. J. HALLE,
f.2 E. 52d St., on collar, liberal rewnrtl. .
LOST.? Black apani?-l. mala, name Prince,
reward KTEHNBAOH. 11 E. 80th. Plaia 7
BIN'lER ?Mr. and Mra. Arnold Blnger. f 40
Riverside Drtve. announce the bar raltjvai.
of their eon, Charlea A., Saturday, March
1H, at Mount Neboh Temple, ,v.? w l*0th i
st,: at home Hatur.iay evening, March.
1#, after 8 o'clock; no carda.
WATERMAN - ITRNET. - Mr. aid Mr*.!
Jnme? E ll.itnet of Madison. N J? have
announced ttie engagement of tl elr daugh '
trr, Mi a Olndys M"?cOra. k. i Burnet. to ?
Mr Ell-ha Huson Waterman, son of Mr ?
and klrs. Frank r>. Waterman also of
Madison M!?a Rumet * as graduate'' |
fr .m l.asell 8etulnar>', Aubuiooal?. Ma??
Mr Wa'crtnar. Is n m.-nil/er i f 8<iuadrc.b
A. and ia? acth-<- ?enrlee wlfb the lOT'h I
Machlna Oun Hn'tallon, 27th Llrlelnn, U ,
a a.
Rlyti-rfcuri'li, Amelle ,To?in?fon. Robert n,
Rnrrone. Aritonln Klau-tnati. William
Clan. V M r?'ila L- erldre, Pllaa P.
C.' k lie Witt IV Meyer. F. W.. Jr.
noiThertv. r H. A. ""Hmti, Robert f.
rifeit. Esther A Plielns. Francis M.
Flnnegan. Orace C. Prtm*-, .John L.
FWwf. Lawrence !>heftel, Ponhla K.
Forman, fchnyler R Plmor Er 'Ille
Fowler, 1 flll*r !<"r*n, Jr*n
Friend, ,1a"" S. Tavlor. fa-i'i
FwVi r. Henry c. Thomas. ^*i?rie h.
f'.arrlsa. 'obn P Watton. Ellsa D.
?t-inlln, ffelefle M. Wood, Ar.na Mary
Wede ??, P.nth P. Woodruff, Oeortte A.
Ilorat. Julia W..rthln?ton, Mary
In Mem?f4?m
r*oov, Kathrm C. wii?am?. R. o.-org*
llurtlg, Sarah f>.
ni.Tt|EN*Tt"Raff.-.am ?ia /saug'iter of the
late lt<r.?a*nln R. Rlrhenburgh, on Titea
itny, Mtrch 1">, In toe 74th yenr of her
ere. Funeral from late r sldeticf. a'
Hielthtown Rra-.ch, t.. I., on F-Hfty
1>tsre>i at ?? HO T\ M.
ponpnvR.-At bis res|det>ee, MO W**T|. j
?trgtofl st.. Ifnboken, on Msrch 17, 1W1,
Antonio, beloved husband o' Marie llorron.
ttt^e fap?lll). in hla ?7th y?ar. Ifotiew t>:
'.xeral hereafter
CLANCY.-At Mount ^
Park. on Thursday, March IT. ? ?
Paula Clancy. Requiem on fca-uidt,.
March 10. at 10:80.
COOK.?On March 18. !>? Witt P" '\'JT'
hue'oaiid 'f Jos-ephlne B. Co"}*- ?
\eara. Funeral ?< rvtees at Uuit, D-? '
Son's Mcnuary. |H Bouth 4th ay.. Wow
Vernon, Friday, at 4.W P. f ^
leave* Grand Central Terminal at 4 Itt.
New Hav?n R&llraad
DOUGHERTY.?On Thursday. March IT.
11.21, <;harie? H. A . bwcved hutb*n(l o
Kmma C D.>U*h*rty. nee
from his late residence, .U8 West 30th.
Saturday. March 1?. Solemn requiem
man at Bt. Michael's Church. 10 A. M
Please omit flower*
ELFELT.?On Thuradny. March 17.
Aach. widow of AujfUatUH R. elfalt an*i
daughter of the late Joseph ana < ara
A*ich. In her 74th year lunwral private.
It la requested that do flow en be sent,
FINNE< .AN.?On March Hi. Grace O. Fl.i
mgan. Relative* and friends an' Invited
to attend funeral from her late residence.
11)2 McDonouttli st.. Brooklyn, on irlday.
March 1?. v . 0 A. M. lUtiulein mass a'
Church of r.tir Lady of Victory. ?nt*^
went Holy Cross Cemetery, Please omit
FISHER.?On Mar-h 12. Lawrence, b> loved
iiusband of Margaret FUher. at Nor wall*,
oulc. Funeral services at his late r*->.
dfiice, Thursday, March 17. interment
at Norwilii. Ohio.
FORM AN.?At Rockville Centre, L. I-.
March 17. 1811. Kchuyler B i'O'-maii. age
82 years. Funeral services at his .at res
deuce, 142 Maple av.. Rockvllle < f "JIJ*
L. I.. Saturday afternoon, at I !?>? IIllBr
ment Oreenfleld Ceinet^y, Hempstea . ^
FOWLER.?On Wednesday, Man.il 1H. 1321.
at her residence. 123.*. Church at., near
Kimball av.. Richmond Bill, N. Y., "}'**"?
beloved wl/e of William towler. Notlcu
of funeral hereafter.
FRIEND.-On March 10. 1021. Jane Shields,
wife cf Augustus F. Friend. J
service* at her late residence. -.>41 Coney
I.laiid av., Saturday. March 10. at -.^u
P. M. Paterson pai-urs please copy.
FULLER.?Henry O.. on March 17. aljhb
home, Mount Dora, I" la., in hU 78th y*a .
Mcunt Klaco paper* plctw copy.
GARN1HS.?At his residence. 1?'<1 Bath
tate av.. Bronx, on March 10, KM.
P. OarnlMS, In his 70th year.
will be held al the Tremont Prest>yter.aa
Church, Grand Concourse and 1.8th St..
Friday. March 18. at ? P M. Intermen
Woodlawn Cemetery at convenience oi
family. _ . ....
QARNI8S.?Brethren of Guiding Star Look .
No. !SG5, F. and A. M., are hereby sunv
nioned to attend Masonic funeral servfc.es
of our late brother, John P. Gamuts, at
the Trent oat Preafcyterlan Church, Grand
Ctncouise a.id 178th St.. Friday. March
18. at 8 P. M. Brethren will assemble at
the church. , _ _ .
Right Worshipful C. Leonard StarBuc*
officiating. _ , ?
John Lecky. Master.
Richard M. Backus. Secretary.
HAMLIN.?On March 16. 1921. Helene Made
line tnee Wesselman). beloved ?lf<? of
Frank H. Hamlin. Funeral from her lat
residence. 121 Pembroke place. Kew Gar
dens, L. I., at 2 P M Friday. March IS.
HEDGES.?On March 11. 1011. at Goshen,
N. Y., Ruth Sylvester Bedges. beloved
daughter of Julia Adelaide Hedges and the
late James Hedges sister of James 8
Hedges. In her SOth year, after brief 111
nesa. Services private.
HORST.?On Thursday, March 17. 1021. Julia
(nee Wicks), widow of Herman Horst
Funeral services Saturday evening. 8
o'clock, at her late residence, 2418 uni
versity av.. near Fordham road. Inter
ment at convenience of family.
JOHNSTON.?Robert suddenly, March lfl.
at Spartanburg. S. C.. brother of Thoroan
1!. Jolmston of Klngsbrldge. Interment
Plttsfleld, Mass.
KLAUSMAN.?March 17. 1021. at hi* resi
dence. 22.V? 3d av.. William Klauoman. In
hL-i ?sth year. Relative* and friends,
offlrers and members c^f Harlem Lodffs,
No. 4:.7, F. and A. M.; Sylvan Chapter.
No. lHn. R. A. M.; Westchester Maermer
chor, are respectfully Invited to ^atterid
fur.eral service I-llmer.dorf Cliapel, 171 Ea*t
121-it st., on Saturday. March 10. at 8
P. M. Interment private.
LBVER1IX1E.?At his residence. 277
Broadway, New V >rk elty. on Wednesday.
March If.. Silas I'lerson Leverldue. M. I-'.
Services at his late residence on Friday.
March 18. at 2 P. M.
IJBVEKll x'.K ?Slia- PI? - in. The Society of
Aluninl cf llellsvue H pita! announces
with sincere regret the death on March 16,
1f?2l of r>r. SllaJ P. Lcver'.dge. Socond
SurglcaJ Division l?8n. a*" K> years.
Eben Foskett, President.
James T. Gorton, Secretary.
MEYER.?Tuesday. March IS. 1C21. Fred
erick W. M-y?r. Jr.. beloved bur hand of
Clara F. Meyer (nee Noyel-Loede) and
brother of Harry D., Georee W. and Ade
laide M. Meyer, In his 37th year. Rela
tives and friends are respectfully Invited
to attend the funeral services, at Ms !at?
residence, 144 St. Jo'm's place, Brooklyn,
on Friday, March 18. at 8 P. M.. Inter
ment private. Saturday
McKEAN.?Suddenly, on March IS. at his
residence, 24113 Lorlllard place, Robert J .
beloved husband of Emily McKian (nee
Gerhard). Funeral from his late resi
dence, 241*3 I^orlllard place, on Saturday
March J?. at ? 30 A. M.: thence to th-?
Church of Our Lady of Mercy. IntermeU
St. Raymond's. Automobile cortepe.
PHELPS.?At his residence. The Mendota,
Washington. I>. C., on the ITth of March.
li>21, Francis Mohun Phelps in Ills 48th
veiir. Funeral services will be held at
Washington on Saturday. March 10.
PRIME.?John Lawaon, Thursday. March 17.
at 7 A. M . In his SOth year. Notice of
funeral hereafter.
SfHEFTEL ?Sophie King, widow of the l?'?
Adolph Schefte". In her 76th year Funers?
services at her late residence, 20 E. 57th
St., on Friday, March 18, at 2 P. M.
SIMON.?On W. dnesday, March 16. EmlllS
(nee Cahni, In tier 6'.th year, wld.iw of
!"e]ix beloved mother of Hannah .
Ma* ' Loul? and the late Nathan Simon,
sl-te'r of the late Charles and David Cahr
Funeral from Bam Rothschild's P*r,<:;
"OS Leno* av., Friday. March 18. at 10
A. M.
SWAN ? Snddenly. on Wednesday. March K,
j 121 Jnhn Hwan, In his 7Mh year, hu
band of the late Helen F. Swan, at his
residence, 893 Jefferson av , Brooklyr.
Requiem mass at the Church of Our Lad/
of Victory. Throop av snd M'Pnnoori
st . Friday. March 18. at 10:30 A M
TAYljOR ?On Marh 17. at the residence oj
her daugli'er. Mr? Gecrr* t* . Hu't?, IK>
Csntrnl Pai k West. SaraJ. Taylo-. 8er
vlc?s fluntlay afternoon. March -<). at 4
THOMAS.?Enter-d l t> res' March 16. Mr*
Minnie B. (Mansfield) Thomai wife of
Rev Albert C. Thomas. Services trlday,
March 18. at 3 P M.. IT ?:'?> Avenue
Baptist Church, 146 E 188th st. Inter
ment Wakefield. Mass.
WALTON?At Orenge N J.. March 17,
10"1 Ellia Pooglas, widow of William T.
Walton i f ott H?y?<>od av.. Orange. Funeral
service private.
At her residence. 784 Park av.. New
York, on March 17. Anna Mary, elder
daughter o' the late Richard Dunti and
Mart''a Willi. Wood. Notice of funeral
WOODRUFF.?A Pa.salc, N. J.. Thursday.
March 17, 1921, George A. Woodruff.
Funeral servl :es a! the First Methodist
Episcopal Church, Sunday, March 20, at
:t p. m.
WORnilNCTON.- Mary, suddenly, In Hew
York city, March 17. Funeral In Coopert
t</wn. N. T.
ryy\K - in ?o-. nit m?-rnory of Kathrjm Cor*
!.,*? r iv.,k, who !??????<? au*. Mnrrf is,
191* "Foil her, O Father, In Tl In. arm
and I ?* h?r ti-t 'forth t,? a m? ? ?"i of
It-.' our IfiTi'ly hearts ant] Tti?<- '
Mother *rd Sh*' r*.
Ht'RTIQ.-In loving m. rnory of my lifelong
fHond an<l Mlat- r. un>, T'uffv H..1k
died March 1*. l?i?
WILLIAMS-l i constant and levin* memory
of a il*vr.t'?| husband mid 'a:h*r, R.
W'lllan *. uiio enters Into . > rt..?
r. ?>? Marli 17 1P14
Call "OoJambna 6200"
Any Hoar, Day or Nifkt i
p*awk. r. cam r mi.t,
(Nan S?ctarian)
1?7C Srwdwiy 66(h St.
oww, m st * w.
la Tfaua of KaM Tm'U NhI
2070 Rivarttd*
107th St. ft Amsterdam A*.
Branch**) Nf* lark i llrMklil
En Kagernents
Marriafcea C
Annulment* Lo !ges
mav be telephoned for i u 1 ca
AI.I> any time up to midnight
for the next day's isaue. tall
r;*~ r ,v 6 (MO.

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